|Number of Pages||248 Pages|
My first solo job as a reporter was to interview a dead woman.’
Sneha Talwar is an idealistic young reporter on an assignment to profile Natasha Babani, environmental activist and multi-talented mommy influencer, who has spent the last year cleaning up a polluted lake.
But before she can get started, Natasha’s body is found floating in that very lake. As Sneha swiftly changes gear and begins to dig for information on Natasha, she unearths a whole ‘mommy universe’ that thrives on its own rules, rivalries and intrigues.
Moms in the Wild is a dark, funny and razor-sharp story about the competitive world of social media and journalism, about first jobs and fallen idols, friendships and the rollercoaster that is motherhood.